Miso ramen is a super satisfying, warming bowl of Japanese goodness! If you don’t have any miso paste you can make an umami broth with vegetable stock and soy sauce. The pak choi can also be replaced with any greens or stir fry vegetables.

  • 15 mins prep & cook
  • Serves 2


– 1 tub Kind Protein Seitan Bites, any flavour – we have used Chicken Satay-Style here
– Mushrooms, 100g, halved
– Udon/ramen noodles, dried (or any noodles of choice) 200g
– Miso paste, 1tbsp – we use Yutaka
– Sesame oil, 2tbsp
– 2 cloves garlic, minced
– 800ml water
– Shoyu/soy sauce, 1tbsp – we use Clearspring Organic Shoyu
– Spring onions, 3, finely chopped, to garnish
– Sesame seeds, 1tsp, to garnish
– Fresh coriander to garnish
– Red chilli to garnish


  1. Boil a kettle. Add 800ml boiling water to a large saucepan. Add the miso paste and stir thoroughly.
  2. Add the noodles and simmer for 1 minute, then add pak choi. Let simmer.
  3. Meanwhile, in a separate pan fry the Seitan Bites and the mushrooms, with the sesame oil and garlic, for 5 minutes. Add shoyu/soy sauce at the same time.
  4. Pour the noodles, pak choi and miso broth into a bowl. Add the Seitan Bites, garlic and mushrooms from the pan.
  5. Add spring onions, fresh coriander and red chilli on top to serve. Sprinkle with the sesame seeds. Enjoy.

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